biggie

[big-ee]
noun Slang.
1.
an important, influential, or prominent person; big shot; bigwig.
2.
something that is very large, important, impressive, or successful: a merger of two corporate biggies; a movie that was this year's box-office biggie.

Origin:
1930–35; big1 + -ie

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